Al-Qaeda in Iraq faces an “extraordinary crisis”. Last year’s mass defection of ordinary Sunnis from al-Qaeda to the US military “created panic, fear and the unwillingness to fight”. The terrorist group’s security structure suffered “total collapse”.
These are the words not of al-Qaeda’s enemies but of one of its own leaders in Anbar province — once the group’s stronghold. They were set down last summer in a 39-page letter seized during a US raid on an al-Qaeda base near Samarra in November.
Total Collapse! The Islamonazis are on the run, and if not for the occasional terrorist bombings which uses mentally handicapped people, they wouldn’t be registering a blip on the anti-jihadi radar screen. More here. *L* KGS